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Temperature Controller - Analog

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Temperature Controller - Analog
Temperature Controller - Analog
SKU: 5350
Weight: 1 lbs 15 ozs
Product Details
Use this analog unit to control the temperature of a refrigerator, freezer, or air conditioner. Often referred to as a refrigerator thermostat.

It enables you to ferment and store beer at correct temperatures when the ambient room temperature is too warm.

Your electrical cooling device plugs into this unit which plugs into the outlet. A remote sensor connected by a small capillary tube monitors temperatures. If the temperature rises above your set point, the cooling device is turned on. The unit features a 4 degree swing to help extend the life of the cooling unit's compressor.

For example, if you had it set at 68 degrees, it would turn on at 68 degrees and go to 64 degrees before turning off. The unit has the potential to regulate temperature from 20 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit. The sensor tube can be inserted into a refrigerator or freezer, and still allows the door gasket to seal tight.

Temperature Range of 20 to 80F. It will handle 15 amps or 1725 watts at 115 volts AC.
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Review Comments: I built my own kegerator with the supplies I purchased from HG. This is a vital piece and one of the most key to keep the temp right. I bought a new deep freeze and hooked it up to the analog temp control. I noticed it kicks on and off very frequent so to solve this issue I found a bottle and mixed up water and clear gelatin to keep the sensor in so the temp control don't overwork the freezer by turning the compressor on and off to much. HG is a good place to get this control and helped me with ... More details